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Quad, M. and Brother Gardner

Brother Gardner's Lime-Kiln club: being the regular proceedings of the regular club for the last three years. With some philosophy, considerable music, a few lectures, and a heap of advice worth reading. Not compiled in the interests of Congress, or any department of government. Illustrated by Gean Smith

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Belford, Clarke & Co., Chicago. 1882, 300p., first edition, illustrated with 11 fullpage wood engravings of urban and country African American life; these stylized and quite capable, if stereotyped. Minor edgewear. no DJ. Dialect novel set in Detroit's black community, by a European American author. For a change of pace, the table of contents page is arranged in Alphabetical order (!?!)

Cat.No: 55113

Price: $35.00

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